Like that annoying squeaky floor board. Easy as tossing a ball to fix!
Accomplishments — even little ones — go a long way toward a sunny outlook. Fortunately, there are plenty of easy, quick home repair chores you can do when you’re mired in the thick of winter.
For max efficiency, make a to-do list ahead of time and shop for all the tools and supplies in one trip. On your work days, put the basics in a caddy and carry it from room to room, checking off completed tasks as you speed through them.
If you have a dog, you don’t need a lecture on the joys of dog ownership. You already know them. You also know that they have definite personalities and don’t always adjust quickly to major changes. When the time comes for you to move into a new house, your dog will need some special attention to ensure he doesn’t ravage your new digs or run away. Read on to learn how to make this transition smoother for both of you.
The freezing weather of winter can wreak havoc on homes and irrigation systems. As water freezes, it expands, this expansion causes a build-up of pressure in many areas of a home such as irrigation. When the pressure reaches a point, it can cause pipes to burst, endangering the home. Take time to protect your home now and avoid costly stress later. If you need more information and additional winterizing tips for your home, contact me I am happy to share the full checklist.